Will the density of a material always be the same, regardless of its size? If so, why?
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If it's the same material the density will always stay the same, for example if you have 1 mL of water or 100 mL of water it will be the same. Mass does not play a factor in how dense an object will be
Density = mass/volume
Assume you have a block of copper and measure its mass and volume and calculate its density.
Now assume you find a block that is 2X the volume. It will have 2X the mass. Therefore it will have the same density.
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